Host Russ Palmer started Front Porch Perspective out of the notion that we are a divided country- because it’s a lie. People aren’t as hostile towards new ideas and opinions as it might appear. In fact, we’re mostly the same. Here, we’re looking to recover the value and appreciation of the nuances, the 10%, of other people’s perspectives.
So far, it’s working…
In this episode we explore Kevin Kooistra's journey to Montana, the exploration of it's peoples and history and the stories that root him here now.
Part two of two – Randy talks about his home Urban Frontier House, and the lessons he believes will drive development, construction and habitats in the very near future.
Part one of a two part episode – Randy talks about his early life as an aspiring architect and the road to High Plains Architects and sustainable environments.
In this episode Seth and I will engage in a free-form conversation, covering media, long form conversations, spiritual journeys, the future of free speech, and an aggressive middle.
This episode discusses with Joanie the foundations of her restaurant and the struggles a pandemic world has brought to the viability of Harper & Madison.